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A person who seriously engages in the hobby of protesting. They run around screaming trying to change the world by getting "them" to do the right thing instead of finishing college, getting a job, or running for office.
My last girlfriend was mad about the environment, the War, and animal rights, so instead of working she went to meetings with other angry protesters.
by drdavidcalling September 23, 2006
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Tessa: dude, i'm so bored.
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Fuckin bunch of priveleged college students who bitch way too much rather than being thankful that they are priveleged.
I don't want no retarded ass college kids speaking for me.
by Protest the protesters. April 18, 2005
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The only reason America is a country. Definition is someone who protests an unfair situation they or someone else experiences. In the 1770s, the Boston Tea Party were lots of protester against Britain's corporate welfare to the British East India business the colonists were being forced to subside. They brought attention to the unfair treatment and mobilized the American colonists to act and successfully win independence from Britain. I firmly belive this. Without protesters, there would be no America, without America, there would be no urban dictionary. I do not think if the United States was British controlled, there'd even be an urban dictionary. People making negative definitions are probably from crap nations like Saudi Arabia or {Lithuania, where there's little free speech. First to the user saying protesters don't work, that is a stupid stereotype by the lamestream media. Second to the user calling them privileged college students, most protesters in America are actually not college students, so you're using the far left tactic of assuming a group has privilege because u don't like them. Third to the user saying they don't have the money or manpower to change the world, just look at the successful Boston Tea Party and black civil rights protests. I am proud to be a protester and have protested the Federal Reserve.
Smart person: Being a protester is important to America and her society.
by Fabulous Max March 12, 2017
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